Umphreys McGee Live at Wakarusa Music Festival, Revival Tent on 2010-06-05
- Umphreys McGee
02. Partyin' Peeps,
03. In the Kitchen >
04. Come Closer,
05. Miss Tinkle's Overture >
Steppin' Razor >
Miss Tinkle's Overture,
06. Much Obliged >
In the Kitchen,
07. E: Cemetery Walk
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|In the Kitchen > Bridgeless|
|Miss Tinkle's Overture > Steppin Razor>Miss Tinkle's Overture|
|Much Obliged > In the Kitchen|
|E: Cemetery Walk|
taped by Blingfree
Gear assist by Liveween
(I fat fingered this upload and mislabeled the files with the date wrong...the date of the show was June 5th, 2010. This is the late night set from the Revival Tent.)
The tracking may be a little wonky.
- 2010-06-13 16:29:16
- SD > Wavelab5 > CD Wave Editor > FLAC
- Ozark AR
- Berliner CM33 (cardioid, NOS, clamped to sbd cage, 10 ft high) > RAD MS2 > Tascam Dr2d (24/44.1)
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Subject: Fantastic set!
Setlist is straight fire.
Subject: Great Work!
Subject: Great Show
Subject: nasty goodness
Bridgeless, you think it might end, then it doesn't and you're glad it doesn't because they feed your ears some tasty treats made of rippin guitar riffs, groovin bass lines and killer drum fills.
The past few Partyin Peeps I've heard have been pretty great. This one takes the cake though. Very energetic and skillful. I've heard some that lose momentum but Stasik keeps them driving and Cinniger/Bayless keep it interesting.
There are some longer UM jams that I lose interest in. In the Kitchen>Bridgeless of this show, at 17:40, I was only lost for about 30 seconds total, which in a near 18 minute song isn't bad. At shows I feel like these are normally a good time to go get a beer or something, the crowd tends to calm down... But anywhoo...
What a great Come Closer. I saw them close Set 1 with this song in Asheville (2010-02-11) and I have to say, while that show was just full of a loving crowd, I enjoy this recording and performance of this song a lot more.
Tinkle's > Steppin Razor : a lot of energy in the opening of Tinkle's and, though it loses a bit of that energy I'm sure they're busy plotting because it leads into a kickin cover of a Peter Tosh song. Theres only one other show on archive that have this cover and I'm pretty sure this is the best quality. It goes back into that high energy Tinkle's and just rocks your sox.
A nicely played Much Obliged>In the Kitchen that has a bit of good noodling.
Cemetery Walk is among my favorite UM songs. This performance is deep and soulful with some nice improvisation. It shows the musicianship of this band and demonstrates their ability as song writers and performers. Lovin it.
Show: * * * * *
Recording: * * * * *
An absolute must have for UMphreaks. No seriously, if you haven't grabbed this yet DOIT. A BIG round of applause for blingfree and everyone who loaned him gear. Supreme clarity guys, just amazing.
Subject: Amazing Pull!
Team STL in full force at Waka '10!
MANY thanks for the double gear loan. I'm very thankful that I was able to capture this set because I'm certain I've never danced more in my life.
And how about that sound again?? Whew... best AUD I've ever captured.... maybe better than any SBD I've captured! Thanks Rog and liveween guy!!
Honorable mentions out to Josh and family, Dave Wave, cookie guy, bacon fairy and Blvd Wheat :) :) :)
Subject: Waka Waka
Subject: Great show
The NIN song thats part of the mashup is actually called 'Closer', if it matters to anyone.
Wish I had went to this set live, but Split Lip on Backwoods called my name....this show is SIC though
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